Forest Faun - The Youthful Pan Statue
This youthful depiction of Pan, one of the oldest Gods of the Greek pantheon, conjures woods, glades, fields and flocks; but most of all, Nature.
Forest Faun - The Youthful Pan Statue by Oberon Zell
This youthful depiction of Pan, one of the oldest Gods of the Greek pantheon, conjures woods, glades, fields and flocks; but most of all, Nature. You can call him Sylvanus or Satyr. You can invoke him as Forest King, Faun or Faunus. Either way, he’ll answer you with his shrill cry and the sound of his reed pipes resounding off the high mountain peaks.
He can come to you with a young face or an old one, and everything in between. He teaches us to be one with Nature and to have respect for all the children of Gaia, especially trees. Most often you will find him playing his pipes and dancing with his Naiads of the babbling brooks, Oreads of the misty mountains, and Nereids of the sounding sea. And especially, his Dryads of the tall trees whom he loves and dances with every season.
This lovely piece is cast in resin and hand finished. He stands 5 1/2 inches tall.Item Number: MT-PAN | Approximate Size (Inches): 3.00 wide x 3.00 deep x 5.50 high | Approximate Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs.